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The Holy Scripture has undergone many alterations in its texts, these quite clear when your eyes fall on the contradictions that fills the pages of the Holy book. However, most of these alterations were made to serve certain goals that the church has undertaken.
Prime among these changes are the predictions about the advent of the prophet Muhammad, though still mentioned by his some of his characteristics that can be applied on any other prophet.
The following narration will prove to you that there were many prophecies about the advent o prophet Muhammad, though many still there in the Holy Scriptures that were completely obliterated and entirely removed from the Holy Scriptures.
Ataa’ b. Yasaar, said: ‘I met Abdullah b. Amr b. al-Aas and I asked him: ‘Tell me about the description of the Messenger of God (pbuh) in the Torah.’ He said:
‘He is described in the Torah with some of what he is described in the Qur’an; ‘We have indeed sent you as a witness (over mankind) and one who gives glad-tidings, and warns others, and one who protects and safeguards the commoners. You are My slave and Messenger; I called you Mutawakkil (The Trusted One). You are neither ill-mannered nor rude, nor do you raise your voice. You do not pay evil with evil; rather, you forgive and pardon. I will not collect his soul until I guide the nations, and until they say, ‘There is no true god worthy of being worshipped except God alone’ and until they clearly see the Truth.’
Ataa said: I met Ka’b, the Rabbi, and asked him about this narration, and he did not differ with Abdullah b. Amr b. Al-Aas except for a minor difference in the wording of the narration.’ (Baihaqi #13079)